Music Lineup Rivals the World-Class Machines
With a backdrop of the world’s coolest cars, some of the biggest names on the Bay Area music scene will head down to Half Moon Bay Airport for the Pacific Coast Dream Machines Show, Sunday, April 29.
“We’ll put together a fantastic music lineup that will rival the quality of the world-class machines on display,” said entertainment director Grant Walters, a longtime supporter of the event beneficiary, the Coastside Adult Day Health Center.
Belfast's Kevin Brennan fronts his popular band Wavelength in a tribute to an old Belfast Buddy, Van Morrison. Wavelength is comprised of very talented musicians whose craft is fine tuned to the rich and wide spectrum of Van’s music. From early days of Brown Eyed Girl through Beautiful Vision to Haunts of Ancient Peace, Wavelength captures Mr. Morrison's sound “Vantastically.” The top notch line up includes Grant Walters on harps/vocals, Gary McArthur on sax/flute, Rob Christian on bass, Pelham Houchin on lead guitar, Paul Newman on drums, and some very special guests.
GRAMMY-nominated Andre Thierry is an exceptional multi-dimensional musician who has a finely-honed ability to merge his Accordion Soul sounds with blues, r&b, jazz, latin and rock. His musical mastery enables him to create a unique sound for his and future generations while staying true to the past. Come on out for a guaranteed good time!
Lyin' I's, the Bay Area’s premier Eagles Tribute band, faithfully recreates the music of the Eagles with impeccable vocal harmonies and masterful musicianship. Most band members play 2 or more instruments so every song comes to life with its original instrumentation and sound. Lyin' I's has a comprehensive song list encompassing songs from every Eagles album as well as hits from the Eagles members solo records like Joe Walsh's Funk '49 from the James Gang era and Boys of Summer from Don Henley's solo work. Add in the charismatic, audience engaging personalities of the Lyin' I's band members and you'll find yourself dancing and singing along from the very first song to the last!
In keeping with a long-standing Dream Machines tradition, festivalgoers can expect to see special surprise guests take the stage thoughout the day.
So, while enjoying all the amazing machines, definitely accent the skydivers, warbirds, monster trucks, flying motorcycles, and world-class cars with some monstrously good music at this year’s Pacific Coast Dream Machines Show, Sunday, April 29 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Half Moon Bay Airport.
MUSIC STAGE SCHEDULE
SUNDAY, APRIL 29
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